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Hundreds of thousands missing from Treasury Dept…

Later in this newscast we will report on the missing monies at the offices of the Border Management Agency at the western entry point. But first there is yet another [...]

…And over $100,000 missing from Border Mgmt Agency

Cases of missing monies are popping up everywhere as millions of dollars are unaccounted for in white collar crimes from the government coffers. We reported at the top of the [...]

P.U.C. prepares for countrywide power outages

Belizeans are on edge on the question of whether there will be countrywide blackouts. And that’s what the Public Utilities Commission attempted to answer at its press conference this afternoon. [...]

Land development may affect drainage on south side

Though many say there are no available plots of land in Belize City, there have been developers who have somehow found occasional lots within city limits and pay anywhere from [...]

Woman unhappy with the result of free home repairs

The Southside Poverty Alleviation Project kicked off with a bang back in 2007 with infrastructural improvements proposed for the Collet, Port Loyola, and Lake Independence areas. This includes: the paving [...]

Minister says homeowner is responsible

But Chavez’ Area Representative and Minister in charge of the Poverty Alleviation project, Anthony “Boots” Martinez, says Chavez was rude to his workers. Martinez added that while government is willing [...]

Harrison Smith freed of Murder charges

It was a busy day for the courts and in the Supreme Court, twenty-six year old Harrison Smith won the distinction of twice beating the murder rap. The latest case [...]

Witnesses testify in Christine Perriott case

Three witnesses took the stand today to testify in the case of Christine Perriott versus Belize Telemedia Limited. First up was Dale Trujeque, who was called by Perriott’s attorney, Antoinette [...]

Adrian Gordon charged for stabbing of couple

And in the Magistrate Court, nineteen year old Adrian Gordon was slapped with six counts for the stabbing of two persons who live on Dolphin Street. Just before six, this [...]

Blue print unveiled for conservation of natural monuments

A blue print entitled Public Resource and Use Plan was released today for the management and conservation of the Blue Hole and Half Moon Caye Natural Monuments, which comprise part [...]

Belizean Americans join national team

There is big news in basketball tonight and that’s because some stars are in town tonight to join the National Basketball Team. Belize will participate in the first of a [...]